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          But you may ask: why learn German? Of course, learning a language opens the mind, but German will also help you in your future career: teaching, translation, publication, business, international law, diplomacy, foreign service, and tourism.  Also, knowledge of German will be helpful for graduate study in a number of disciplines in the humanities, the sciences, music, and art history.

          At Trinity, you have several options to study German: you may take just a few courses, do a German language minor, sign up for the interdisciplinary minor in German studies, or declare a German Studies major.  There are great study away options in German and Austria, for students who are already taking German but also for novices.

          More than 60% of students at Trinity study abroad for at least one semester. German Studies offers two excellent programs to choose from: each year, students take part in the Baden-Württemberg Exchange to study at universities such as Heidelberg, Freiburg, Tübingen or Stuttgart. The Trinity-in-Vienna Program attracts a number of students each year to study a semester in Austria’s capital and to take advantage of its many offerings in music, philosophy, psychology, and language.  And soon, our Trinity-in-Berlin Summer Program will once again be recruiting students to explore Germany’s capital, one of Europe’s most exciting cities.

          Questions? Contact Professor Johannes Evelein, Head of the German Studies Section.

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          German Studies

          Johannes Evelein Seabury Hall
          300 Summit Street
          Hartford, CT 06106
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          German Stammtisch

          Language Conversation Table Feel free to join us, even if you're just beginning to speak German.
          As the German saying goes: "Übung macht den Meister" (Practice makes perfect)!

          Fridays from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Mather Dining Hall

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